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Is it okay to not have savings? Affidavit of Support

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Hi everyone, 

 

My fiancé and I are preparing our I-134 for our interview next week. He currently does not have savings on his banks accounts, as we have been spending a lot of money on the visa/interview expenses, getting our future place together, furniture, etc. 

I was wondering if this does look fishy or if it will raise eyebrows at the interview. He makes over $40,000 yearly and has no dependants (I would be the only one). I know he makes far above  the poverty line, I'm just looking for advice on the best way to explain why we have no money saved, but prove he can still support me. 

 

 

We have bank statements, tax transcripts, pay stubs and employer letter to prove the income. 

 

 

Thanks everyone!

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1 minute ago, AnaidAaron said:

Hi everyone, 

 

My fiancé and I are preparing our I-134 for our interview next week. He currently does not have savings on his banks accounts, as we have been spending a lot of money on the visa/interview expenses, getting our future place together, furniture, etc. 

I was wondering if this does look fishy or if it will raise eyebrows at the interview. He makes over $40,000 yearly and has no dependants (I would be the only one). I know he makes far above  the poverty line, I'm just looking for advice on the best way to explain why we have no money saved, but prove he can still support me. 

 

 

We have bank statements, tax transcripts, pay stubs and employer letter to prove the income. 

 

 

Thanks everyone!

If savings was required then more than half of uscs would not be eligible


YMMV

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21 hours ago, AnaidAaron said:

Hi everyone, 

 

My fiancé and I are preparing our I-134 for our interview next week. He currently does not have savings on his banks accounts, as we have been spending a lot of money on the visa/interview expenses, getting our future place together, furniture, etc. 

I was wondering if this does look fishy or if it will raise eyebrows at the interview. He makes over $40,000 yearly and has no dependants (I would be the only one). I know he makes far above  the poverty line, I'm just looking for advice on the best way to explain why we have no money saved, but prove he can still support me. 

 

 

We have bank statements, tax transcripts, pay stubs and employer letter to prove the income. 

 

 

Thanks everyone!

I'm pretty sure if he meets the income poverty level they don't care if he has money in the bank or not, no need to worry. (other then it gets expensive to go through this process). You have a wedding coming up, AOS, moving in together and maybe a new place to rent...etc.etc. 


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23 hours ago, AnaidAaron said:

Hi everyone, 

 

My fiancé and I are preparing our I-134 for our interview next week. He currently does not have savings on his banks accounts, as we have been spending a lot of money on the visa/interview expenses, getting our future place together, furniture, etc. 

I was wondering if this does look fishy or if it will raise eyebrows at the interview. He makes over $40,000 yearly and has no dependants (I would be the only one). I know he makes far above  the poverty line, I'm just looking for advice on the best way to explain why we have no money saved, but prove he can still support me. 

 

 

We have bank statements, tax transcripts, pay stubs and employer letter to prove the income. 

 

 

Thanks everyone!

I  had the Bank statements of my fiance in the Interview in case they ask me, in the first window when they asked me the documents I only gave them the form I-134 form and copy of his Income Tax and W2 , they did not ask nothing more . 

I think if you your fiance gain that amount you wll be ok .

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